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Linkin Park – One More Light

Linkin Park has had to deal with lots of complains from the fans, due to the drastic change in their sound. And after following the band for 17 years, I kinda understand both sides’ frustration.

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Depeche Mode – Spirit

Spirit feels like a nice and easy ride through a complicated topic like apathy for the times we’re living in, but that’s not necessarily a good description for a political manifesto like they presented it.

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Utada Hikaru – Fantôme

After a long hiatus, Utada Hikaru came back when she saw fit, did what she’s always done and what she wanted.

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National Security (Korean Film)

Set in 1985, National Security is based on the memoir by Kim Keun-tae, a democratic activist who was kidnapped and tortured for 22 days under the orders of gruesome police inspector Lee Geun-an, better known as The Undertaker.

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Post Tenebras Lux

Post Tenebras Lux is a semi-autobiographical film by Carlos Reygadas that was made purposely to baffle us, being presented as a sort of a bizarre dream.

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Field in England, A (2013)

Wheatley confirms, once and for all, his immense versatility and creative quality with the puzzling and odd A Field in England, a very low-budget film of avant-garde experimentalism featuring grotesquely appealing cinematography, rough humor, and a wildly violent side that not even his bleak Kill List can come close.

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Something in the Air (French Film)

Set in the turbulent France of the early 70’s, Olivier Assayas’ Après Mai focuses on Gilles, a young radical high-school boy whose time is basically spent in riotous student movements, painting, and amorous relationships.

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Gebo and the Shadow

Gebo is an honest collector who tries to protect his sour and tormented wife, Doroteia, from the idea of having a thief son- João is an unscrupulous greedy man who has been missing for the past eight years and has just come back home to steal money without showing any kind of mercy.

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90 Minutes (Norwegian Film)

Eva Sorhaug’s second feature film, four years after Cold Lunch, starts in a soft manner but ends intensely, aiming to make a psychological study of three men through three different unrelated stories.